Rosé wine was the drink of choice for Mark and Adam on their last trip to Sydney. They’re fairly large and hairy lads, so there was some confusion from their cohorts when placing an order for said drink of choice. But it was hot and humid in Sydney, and a big ballsy red was not the answer. Whether you like your Rosé wines bone-dry or with a lick of sweetness, here are the latest offerings that have passed the Tasting Panel’s lips and left a smile on them. What is Rosé wine? Rosé is a dry, off dry or sweet red wine. The colour can range from light pink to quite vividly so, depending on how much skin contact is allowed with the juice post crushing. Is Rosé a sweet wine? Often but not always. Rosé can be anything from b ...
- Colab and Bloom Tempranillo Grenache Rosé 2022Special Price $20.00 Regular Price $27.50
- Dandelion Fairytale of the Barossa Grenache Rosé 2018Special Price $15.00 Regular Price $30.00Produced from 90 year old Barossa bush vines, the fruit is basket pressed and sits in old oak on lees for around 5 months before bottling. The result is bright red fruits in a lovely textural setting, with strawberry and persian fairly floss all in play. There is a lick of sweetness and the finish is dry. Learn More
- Howard Vineyard Adelaide Hills Cabernet Franc Rosé 2022$35.00
- Leconfield La Sevillana Rosé 2022Special Price $25.00 Regular Price $28.00Another textural Rose from Leconfield with red fruits, florals, and melon. Winemaker Paul Gordon works 2 very different ferments here... one aromatic ferment... where juice was cold settled, racked with low solids and cold fermented using an aromatic yeast. The other portion was fermented with whole solids and natural yeast at a warmer temperature, then allowed to undergo malo-lactic fermentation to promote mouthfeel and length. The end result is stunning and complex. Learn More
- Lloyd Brothers Hills & Coast Rosé 2021Special Price $16.00 Regular Price $18.00